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. the numbers hover around 60 million. the sarah palin debate bumped that number up over 70 million for only the second time in debate history. or maybe it was joe biden. i don't know. tomorrow night, another presidential debate will go into the contest involving two men who haven't spent a lot of quality time together lately. flash back to 2008 and there they are, senator barack obama and mitt romney sharing a few moments. >> after the republican debate november in new hampshire. two of the three times the men have ever seen each other in person. flash forward to 2012. one day before tomorrow's debate, romney briefly stopped for lunch grabbing buritos with his sparring partner, ohio senator, rob courtman. >> people want to know who is going to win? president obama spent the day near las vegas. where his rehearsals was john kennedy and caught about joking them. >> they are making me do my home withwork. >> romney seemed to down play his reports that prepped him with sinkers. >> it's not so much winning or losing, it's about something bigger than that. it will be a conversation with the
, i love it even more. that was a recent debate moment between alaska governor sarah palin, and joe biden back in 2008. in earlier interviews, sarah palin had called joe biden obiden. bringing back the classics brings me back to tonight. the presidential debate is looming. the economy will dominate. but look at what is also up for debate. check out segment four. health care. if there is a potential achilles heel where both president obama and mitt romney are vulnerable, it is on this one, folks. two words. obama care, and romney care. and then there is also romney's current health care proposals too up for debate. let's bring in elizabeth cohen to lay out these plans. because this could really unfold in a whole bunch of different ways. the plans are like this. there are so many similarities and differences, exactly how do they differ. >> and voters were so passionate about health because it affects all of us. of all the six segments this is the most interesting one, i'm biased, but still i think people are going to care about this one. let's lay out the basic differences between the
commission co-chair alan simpson, former alaska governor sarah palin peterson thome tivo co-founder bernie markus and martin o'malley, chairman of the democratic governors' association. join us at 8:00 p.m. for neil's coverage. the closing bell will ring in 49 minutes. general electric invested $20 million in project fraud. the company pre built energy-efficient structures. we will talk to the ceo of project fraud about how she is building her way to the top and why she thinks her company could be the next apple. stuart: netflix is the power mover of the hour with shares jumping 9%. let's look at this charge up to $61.69, $5 for the day. citigroup reiterating its buy rating on this company noting this is the first time since last summer that customer satisfaction has started to improve. netflix struggles since hiking prices and trying to split its dvd service but looking good up now 9%. nice move for netflix. with a look at what else is moving markets let's go to nicole petallides at the stock exchange and sandra smith at the cme. let's start with a market that is lost steam and is struggl
-founder of home depot. >> sarah palin will be joining us. as you know, and you have been championing -- champ in in this like nobody's business. he wants to make it front and center in the debate tonight. indications are that it will be. that should suit him just well. now we will see whether the answers. and alan simpson, as you know, tends to be a bipartisan basilar if they don't answer those questions. gerri: it's going to be fun. i'll be watching. good luck. drink a lot of coffee. >> exactly. gerri: thank you. well, as president obama and mitt romney square off tonight they will do so under a strict set of rules. these guidelines have been established by the commission on presidential debates. that is a real thing. here is the format. six, 15-minute segments. the first three and the economy followed by health care and the role of government. the moderator from pbs will ask president obama the first question and then candidates will alternate for all 90 minutes. for each question the candidates will have two minutes to respond and are not permitted to talk to each other. much more on the d
this country goodbye. he is very angry. and the home depot founder is joining us, and sarah palin, and governor of maryland on how both sides can bridge this gap. obviously, there is a big concern here about how the swing states go in the interim because until this debate on what we do in washington is decided, a number of big states have to be decideed. one thing we think will come out is the let we sent to defense contractors on the part of the administrations urging them to hold off announcing layoffs that are automatically set to happen among defense workers because of the sequestration cuts. both republicans and democrats agreed to that. the virginia's former governor wilder on how that could have a very big impact tonight not only for those listening and the candidates involved but for virginia itself. virginia is the home to a lot of the defense workers. hey. hey eddie. i brought your stuff. you don't have to do this. yes i do. i want you to keep this. it'd be weird. take care. you too. [ sighs ] so how did it go? he's upset. [ male announcer ] spend less time at gas stations with best i
of anger he never had for clinton or mccain, even after sarah palin was picked as his running mate. if it gets personal tonight, how careful do both men have to be with their tone? >> well, i actually think one of the great myths with presidential politics is that at some point somebody does a story about, hey, it's personal. these were always very competitive guys. it's like lebron and kobe, do they want to play each other? i don't know. but they want to beat each other. the discord in this race is almost less than any i have ever seen. neither of these guys are a hater. they are both very focused. they are no drama guy. and whether they dislike each other or not is immaterial. doesn't matter. >> rich stengel, thank you for your time this evening. >>> coming up, the right dusts off their old racial playbook and rush limbaugh is fanning the flames. it's ugly. >>> plus, the gop todd akin problem just got worse. you're watching a special edition of "politicsnation" as we get ready for the big night here on msnbc. stay with us. >> i don't think senator dole is too old to be president.
by the sarah palin hurricane or whatever you choose to describe that event as being what we witnessed. but he did not know or does not know. >> well, this is quite a process isn't it, tamron? >> mm-hmm. >> the environment is such that every -- every step you take, every move you make, to quote sting, is -- everybody will be watching you. it's -- everything so focus group now. we slice and dice every nothing segments, walmart moms or office park dads or whatever and you have to get them here and you have to get them there. if you get caught up in that, i think, there is a danger of losing sight of a larger pitcher and losing yourself. and i think that's what people will be watching for tonight, they don't want a pitch at office park dads. they want -- they want the candidates to speak to the country. >> but i'm curious, michael, how many people do you think are watching, not asking for an exact number, i don't think you walk around counting folks, your idea on thoughts, how many you believe, what percentage are actually watching this debate tonight to have their minds changed or to pick a cand
'll call you jennifer. you were the stand-in for sarah palin when joe biden was prepping in 2008. we were all wondering what's going on behind the scenes. how important is it this prepping for debate now? >> oh, it's huge. i mean, can you look at books and study policy papers all you want. there is no substitute for standing behind a podium and having everything but the kitchen sink thrown at you and formulate phrases to communicate. there's no substitute, and no one loves to do it. no one wants to do it, although i must say joe biden was very game in 2008 to do it. >> tell us what it looks like. who is actually in the room? this is a pretty secretive process zoosh yeah, i mean, i don't know what they're doing this year, but i can tell you in 2008 they have the policy people there. you remember that biden and obama were just sort of marrying as a team, and so we had some obama people and some biden people in the room. the folks who know the issues extremely well. the room itself is set up -- the stage exactly like the debate will be, so when you do the mock debates, you're really in chara
debate after that at the presidential level. the vice presidential debate between sarah palin and joe biden topped 70 million americans. so the audience is huge. you have been in denver the past three days. what are you picking up from the romney team, from the obama campaign? >> i think the romney team is looking for a big night. they are looking for a game changer for all the talk about how it doesn't have to be everything. this is a big moment for this campaign. they sense nationally that they are on the verge of closing the gap. and in these battleground states some of these states seem like they are spreading apart like ohio. but they think this is a changing moment. i read one interview anecdotally about ann romney saying the first thing mitt romney does when he gets in these debate is he walks on stage, he puts the watch on the podium. he where is on the piece of paper, dad, because of his dad george romney also ran for president. then he finds ann romney in the crowd. and i think that that -- we'll be watching for that. how governor romney handles the first minutes of his pers
that he wants to be their president too so just like sarah palin made the mistake of always calling him the -- he's running with terrorists and disrespecting the president, he's going to pay the price for that. >> all right. >> in the election this year. >> we'll see how that goes tonight. keep watching. keep watching bill. i've already heard you are a frequent caller and they love to have you on, so keep calling back. >> next to diane in baltimore maryland. are you there? >> yes, i am. >> great welcome to the bill press show. >> good morning, how are you? >> i'm fine, how are you? >> i'm wonderful. >> we could go on like this all morning. >> i'm good, by the way diane thank you for asking. [ laughter ] >> i watch you on msnbc and i just love when you're on there. i was wondering when you were going to come back, because you were gone for a while and you're really good. >> thank you. bill has always been a really good friend to me and he likes having me here and i'm happy to sit in the chair for an hour or two this week. >> i love his show, too. >> what about the debates, you think deba
was saying how horrible and stupid sarah palin -- i think she's kind of an amazing performer. kind of. it is breathtaking. >> stephanie: that's the right word. >> so i'm interested to see what unfolds tonight for sure. >> stephanie: you know -- >> people always ask me because i'm somebody who does work with the white house what are the obamas like? what is president obama like? what you see is what you get. they are the real deal. they're completely authentic. they have the country's best interests at heart. and you know, i guess it is funny to kind of know how authentic and genuine and good-spirited the white house is. the obama white house and then to work on a show where it is just like nothing but scandal and behind the scenes secrets. it really is a fictionalized version of it all. >> stephanie: i'm excited for tonight. and you know this is the president took out bin laden. i'll bet he's terrified of mitt romney's zingers don't you think? >> yeah! >> stephanie: he's been practicing zingers. >> there's no w
romney -- i understand what you're saying politically, but i think it's like sarah palin and biden, she got through and everybody said she did well. >> don't you think it's up to romney to tell -- >> i just want to say that clearly tonight, both candidates are the underdogs. who knows, there's room for both. but there is a difference between a zinger, which is what small campaigns think of their own candidate when they think he's small, but you want to demonstrate strength, and saying this is howly lead the country, those are the moments i paid for this microphone, and it can change the debate. >> mitt romney is closing the gap, it's getting closer in major swing states. stay tuned for that. you've been busy for a dead man. after you jumped ship in bangkok, i thought i'd lost you. >>> surfing is my life now. but who's going to .... >>> tell the world that priceline has even faster, easier ways to save you money. . . on hotels, flights & cars? you still have it. >>> i'll always have it. so this is it? >>> we'll see where the waves take me. sayonara, brah! [ wife ] a beached whale! lawn c
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